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...Part two of the trouble shooting series by Allan Phillips see part 1, Troubleshooting Series: Cervical Spine. The thoracic spine (T-spine or mid back) is one of most...

...at a praice, which we'll breakdown in this how to breathe in butterfly piece! Cervical Spine Mobility for Butterfly Breathing Extension The cervical spine is estimated to have ~48 degrees...

...Part three of the trouble shooting series by Allan Phillips see part 1, Troubleshooting Series: Cervical Spine and part II, Trouble Shooting Series: Thoracic Spine. Perhaps no area...

...them can be found at pikeathletics.com Troubleshooting Series: Cervical Spine Understanding cause-and-effect lies in the heart of effective movement correction, both in and out of the water. The better grasp...

...Last week I discussed an interesting note on the cervical spine (Spinal biomechanics and swimming Part I: Cervical Spine). This week we will address the thoracic and lumbar...

...mobility in the lumbar spine can hide thoracic spine limitations, but this condition is hardly optimal and often  unsustainable. Great lumbar and cervical extension…but what about the T-spine? Wall slide...

...Spine (Phila Pa 1976). 2012 Jul 4. [Epub ahead of print] Background Thoracic spine rotation is used in long-axis swimming. Therefore, understanding the biomechanical demand of this motion is mandatory to...

...staying up on the research, consider buying the Swimming Science Research Review). As I was analyzing my notes, I started at the cervical spine and began thinking about freestyle breathing....

...in short axis strokes is the thoracic spine. Allan wrote thoracic spine and undulation part I and part II and he even discussed methods to improve these areas of the thoracic spine in his trouble...

...had worse cervical spine posture and decreased respiratory muscle strength than nasal breathers.   There are times when those accessory muscles is needed such as during extended periods of intense activity....

   
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